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Laser hair removal is here to stay. Even the FDA has approved it. And the FDA has gone a step further by approving two products for at-home use: The Silk'n SensEpil & the Tria. Given that going to a doctor to have the procedures down can run thousands of dollars (even scarier: people pay that price), The Silk'n SensEpil & Tria couldn't have come at a better time.
The Silk'n Sens Epil is a full-fledged leg & arm hair removal system that, as previously mentioned, has been FDA approved to help provide long term results. It's been featured everywhere from the Rachel Ray Show to the Wall St. Journal to Good Morning America. In fact, we encourage you to check out GMA's review of the Silk'n Sens Epil as well as the Tria. It's in the first video on our playlist to the left. You'll never guess which one they recommend via a left-handed compliment. :-)
According to official website TrySilkn.com, your product claims the following features and benefits:
- About.com Reader's Best of 2011 for Best Laser Hair/IPL Hair Removal System - 2011
- Featured in numerous media magazines / tv shows
- Flexible payment plans
- Permanent hair reduction
- FDA approved
We took a pretty deep look at the complaint sites and from what we can tell the order process has been smooth. There's a joke in there about smooth as a Silk'n SensEpil treatment, but that's not our style
yeah it is
Product Performance: From what we can tell, both the SensEpil & the Tria earned their FDA approval. SensEpil seems to be able to get it done a little more than the Tria. They do recommend a doctor's consoltation whereas the Tria sends a test device but, but seriously, if you're gonna hit your legs with freakin' laser beams , check with a doctor first.
We also found a pretty thorough thread on QVC .
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